July 16 TV Picks: ‘The Divide’ on WE
TV picks for Wednesday, July 16, 2014, include “The Divide” on WE, “Extant” on CBS and “The Bridge” on FX.
Co-produced by Tony Goldwyn (“Scandal”) and Richard LaGravenese (“The Fisher King”), this new mystery/thriller is the first scripted series for the WE network. Things kick off with a slam-bang pilot that draws the viewer into the life of a case worker (Marin Ireland) with the Innocence Initiative who tries to overturn an 11 year-old murder conviction. There’s great writing and acting everywhere you turn (with Goldwyn behind the camera as director), and after watching the premiere, you may be more than impatient waiting for a new episode. Two-hour series premiere, 9 p.m. Wednesday, July 16, on WE (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
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Also on Wednesday
“2014 ESPYs,” 6 p.m. (ESPN): Sport and entertainment celebrities gather at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to commemorate the past year in sports by recognizing major achievements.
“Cousins Undercover,” 8 p.m. (HGTV): After being rendered useless by a flood, a child therapist’s basement needs to be renovated in order to become a family room.
“Extant,” 9 p.m. (CBS): Sam gives Molly an ultrasound in hopes of learning more about her mysterious pregnancy; Kryger reveals secret details about his own solo mission.
“Suits,” 9 p.m. (USA): Rachel gets close to a client; Louis helps Donna prepare for a role; Harvey and Mike agree to a cease-fire; Mike learns the depths of his business partner’s ruthlessness.
“Motive,” 10 p.m. (ABC): A man is left unconscious after what seems to be an erotic encounter gone wrong; Angie calls in a professional favor that turns out to be costly; Lucas has a difficult time at home.
“The Bridge,” 10 p.m. (FX): A bizarre killing attracts attention on both sides of the border; Frye and Adriana find more than they bargained for with their first lead; Eleanor enlists the help of a young boy.
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